Care & Treatment Division
The Care & Treatment Division is a part of the Education and Programs Division of the Georgia Department of Corrections, as well as a collaborative partner with the Governor's Office of Transition, Support, and Re-Entry.
Our mission is to increase public safety and reduce recidivism rates through case management, delivering evidence based programming, and utilizing effective intervention practices.
- Motivation for Change
- Thinking for a Change
- Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)
- Matrix Early Recovery Skills
- Matrix Relapse Prevention
- Re-Entry Skills Building
These programs are part of the Performance Incentive Credit Program through the Parole Board.
- Motivation for Change 212
- Thinking for a Change 47
- Moral Reconation Therapy 91
- DETOUR 32
- Matrix Early Recovery Skills 7
- Matrix Relapse Prevention 4
- Re-Entry Skills Building 101
Total Successful Completions 494
Program End Reasons
- Successful completion: 79%
- Released before completion: 10%
- Refusals: 7%
- Disciplinary Issues/Failure to perform: 2%
- Other: 2%
In 2014, Floyd County Corrections saw a 500% increase in the total number of successful program completions as compared to 2010.
We accounted for 56% of all program enrollments at County CI's according to SCRIBE reports.
Additional Programs Available:
- GED tutoring, classes, and testing
- "In & Out" class through Berry College
- Conflict Resolution
- Anger Management
- Active Parenting
- Restorative Justice
- Self-Confrontation Biblical Discipleship
- Hepatitis Awareness
- Money Smart/Financial Literacy
- Maximized Manhood
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Flagging Certification
The FIRE Program is a re-entry intervention program focused on inmates that will be returning citizens of Floyd, Chattooga, Polk, Haralson, Bartow, or Gordon counties
The vision is to transform lives from offender to resident status where essential life skills are taught, vocational training and employment are obtained, consequently proving an opportunity for participants to become a contributing member of the community.
FIRE in the media:
Recipient of an Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant
7 Certified Counselors
8 Program Facilitators
Deputy Warden Care & Treatment: D. Jackson